Star Wars The Old Republic Single Player Campaign

Let the Force guide your hand as you welcome the long-awaited return of the Jedi Exile.

Does Star Wars The Old Republic Have A Single Player Campaign

  • SWTOR being too single player focused for an MMO has been a critique of the game since its release. So yes, if all you want to do is play KotoR 3 through 11, and not be forced to group with people, then yes, this game is absolutely for you.
  • Squadrons’ single-player campaign, which has you fly as a Rebel and Imperial pilot both, is set in the years immediately following the events of 1983’s Return of the Jedi, offering a new.

Aspyr and StarWars.com are thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of the epic Star Wars single-player, RPG classic Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ll — The Sith Lords on iPhone, iPad, and Android on December 18. The classic game has been reimagined and optimized for mobile play with new touch screen controls, but the same great storyline you’ll remember.

“Fans have been asking for a mobile version of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II for so long, and we’re thrilled to finally bring it to them,” says Elizabeth Howard, vice president of publishing at Aspyr. “We’re proud to continue working with Lucasfilm to bring classic titles like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II to modern platforms.”

The in-game events happening in Star Wars: The Old Republic for the month of December. New category wide sales on the Cartel Market! Now, you can get 50% off on the following Cartel Market’s categories: Weapon Tunings, Color Crystals, and Collection Unlocks! 1 day ago  Aspyr and StarWars.com are thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of the epic Star Wars single-player, RPG classic Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ll — The Sith Lords on iPhone, iPad, and Android on December 18.

Set five years after the events from the award-winning Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, Sith Lords have hunted the Jedi to the edge of extinction and are on the verge of crushing the Old Republic. With the Jedi Order in ruin, the Republic’s only hope is a lone Jedi struggling to reconnect with the Force.

Players can choose to access the light or the dark side of the Force as they progress through the story, but each decision will have an effect not only on the character but also those who might want to join the quest — like fan-favorites HK-47, Canderous Ordo, and Kreia — and the galaxy at large.

Star Wars The Old Republic Single Player Campaign List

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But you alone will be faced with the galaxy’s most dire decision: follow the light or succumb to the darkness.

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ll – The Sith Lords will be available for purchase in the AppStore and Google Play starting December 18. Pre-order on iPhone and iPad now or pre-register on Android.

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07.17.2013 , 06:29 AM #1
Like a lot of players, I have very little time to play and when I get any real time, it is often at odd hours when it is impossible to find others to group with. Like so many games before it, SWTOR is falling into the trap of creating some interesting content but limiting it to groups. In less than 2 weeks I have gotten everything the game has to offer without doing the mind numbing dailies or having a group.
All of the flashpoints and 2/4 man heroics should have a scaled version for solo players. Same rewards, same level of challenge but give the ability for all of the working people that have families and lives to get the most out of it.
I can hear all of the fanbois now... Yes I know I can do daily stuff, I can do crafting and I can roll up another alt and re-do the same stuff I just did. I am not talking about the stuff I can to, I am talking about what I, and a ton of others like me, CAN'T do, and that is play the most fun and rewarding content in the game.
There is a serious lack of player base for finding groups to begin with and will be for a long time to come. Also with the fact that many people work one or more jobs and have families, we don't have the time to spend more time finding a group than we do actually running the content.
For my money, I want to be able to log on, play any content I want that is level appropriate and be able to do it solo.
Many people don't like groups to begin with and would never join any sort of guild but time is still the biggest thing.
I will keep an eye on changes but for now, in well less than a month I have exhausted the game. Those that like groups can always continue to play that way. Those that don't like that or just don't have the time for it, should have the means to do the same content, get the same rewards and get the same value for their money if they are subscribers. Just because all of the other MMO's didn't do it that way, does not mean it wouldn't be better.
I am sure the fanbois will line up quick to flame this and spout the virtues of groups and how the world would fall without them. Save it.
This is my opinion and one I am sure is shared by a majority of the players. I have asked 25 people at random and all 25 loved the idea so the few flamers on a forum would mean nothing.